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  • Relative Quantum Yield

    The quantum yield of a material is a fundamental photophysical parameter that defines its efficiency to convert absorbed light into emitted and can be measured optically using either the relative or absolute method. This blog post focuses on the underlying theory of
  • Photosynthesis in Plants: Holly

    We are lucky to have some holly just outside our factory in Scotland which makes us feel Christmassy all year round. Taking advantage of this we have measured the fluorescence quantum yield of its leaves as a function of temperature, using an
  • Our Holiday Opening Hours

    We would like to thank all our customers and partners and wish you all a happy holiday season, and a joyful new year. We look forward to working with you in 2022.
  • Map of the Month - December

    With Christmas fast approaching our Map of The Month features one of the most used types of Christmas Tree – the pine tree! Find out more about this FLIM image of a pine tree section taken on our RMS1000 Raman Microscope.

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